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PBS
Feb 17, 2013 10:00am PST
'll need to know italian. that's the daily language of the vatican. english and spanish would be extremely helpful. >> i think of center. center importance is a deeply spiritual and prayerful person. this is why people look to the church for their spiritual nourishment. so that's central. but the pope has to be a man of the world in a certain sense. he has to have a knowledge of different cultures. we keep raising the bar in so many ways. >> i personally would like to see a pope who would take seriously the message of the second vatican council, develop greater collegiality in the church, perhaps even democratization in the church. a pope who respects the human equality of all persons, man and women, and begins to make suitable changes in the church in that direction. >> but father morozowich says whoever is chosen is not likely to make sweeping changes. >> so a new pope will bring new vigor, will bring his personality, his personal gifts. he will continue, though, the tradition of the church. >> people of other faiths say the selection of a new pope matters to them too. >> the quality of
PBS
Feb 10, 2013 10:00am PST
and never previously raised any concerns. >>> the vatican's new sex crimes prosecutor this week urged the catholic church to be transparent in confronting the sex abuse crisis. father robert olivera boston canon lawyer, acknowledged th church had failed in the past. he also praised the media for helping the church to face "what is true." >>> in colorado, a catholic hospital that is being sued for wrongful death admitted it was "morally wrong" when it tried to defend itself by citing a state law that says fetuses are not people. the lawsuit was brought by a man whose pregnant wife died in the emergency room. he argued the doctor should have deiver the twins she was caring. the hospital's lawyers originally responded by saying it could not be sued for those deaths since under the state's wrongful death law, fetuses are not considered legal persons. after meeting with local catholic bishops, the hospital changed its argument. it also called the state law "unjust." >>> we remember today the faithful and controversial life of the late dorothy day, a woman now on the long, complicated path
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